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UMass Amherst Libraries

Psychological & Brain Sciences

Guide to best UMass Library resources for research in psychology

UMass Amherst Library - Psychology & Brain Science Collection

Welcome UMass Psychology Students. Start your research with the PsycINFO journal database and the Best Bets databases in the left column. The complete psychology collection is listed below A to Z.

Get help:  Contact Melanie Radik, the Psychological & Brain Sciences librarian, for help with research in the databases, finding anything from scholarly peer reviewed articles to research datasets,  citation questions in APA or other styles or help with Zotero or RefWorks, or any questions about using the UMass Library. Get in touch by email, phone, or make an appointment with the info in my profile box on the left.

Collection Types: The databases and collections below cover everything from peer-reviewed journals from all psychology disciplines, Ph.D. dissertations, conference proceedings, psychology e-books, counseling and therapy sessions in video, famous experiments in psychology - documents and streaming examples, data visualization tools and the most widely-used database in science research, Web of Science.

Psychology & Brain Sciences - Databases - A to Z